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In her new book, The Chessboard & the Web, hailed as an essential guide for more effective leadership, Anne-Marie Slaughter rethinks grand strategy in a networked world. Publishers Weekly  called it a “paradigm-changing book.” Who is connected, how they are connected, and whether those connections are properly cultivated and managed are vital to success in business and politics.  Using network science, Dr.
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Based on the #1 New York Times bestseller by David Grann, The Lost City of Z opened in theaters last Friday to rave reviews. Directed by James Gray and starring Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson, it was called “mesmerizing” by The New York Times and “a mysterious, enthralling masterpiece” by The Atlantic. And with today’s release of the much anticipated book Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, it’s been a thrilling week for author and journalist David Grann.
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National Security Correspondent for The New York Times  David E. Sanger is part of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning team for International Reporting. The investigative series on Russia’s projection of power includes Sanger’s “The Perfect Weapon: How Russian Cyberpower Invaded the U.S.” This is David’s third Pulitzer.
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When Author and Sports Columnist Mitch Albom was asked which of his books was most meaningful to him, he answered, “Tuesdays With Morrie, because it was so accidental…” Now in its 20th year, Tuesdays with Morrie ‘s message remains as profound as it is simple: Giving is living.  Written to pay for Mitch’s former professor Morrie Schwartz’s medical expenses, Tuesdays has become an international sensation.
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The most significant forces driving change in the world today – the ongoing revolution in information technology and the expanding flow of products, money, and people across borders – are destroying jobs, upending entire industries, and transforming the politics of the United States and Europe.   In this speech Michael Mandelbaum, author of the highly praised study of the political backlash against globalization, The Road to Global Prosperity, explores the future of these two disruptive forces, assesses their likely effects on the economies and the politics of the industrial democracies, and discusses the ways that individuals, firms, and countries can adapt to this hurricane of change to sustain prosperity and preserve democracy.
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